Using Non-Verbal Cues in Social Studies

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Want a way to make sure your ESOL students of all levels stay involved during instruction? Do you struggle with modifying your Social Studies content to meet the needs of a wide range of learners? In my Quick Start Classroom Success Guidebook for ESOL Students, I provide tips and inspiration to better meet the needs of all of your English Language Learners. 

I have broken down the Quick Start e-book into bite-size chunks with actionable steps to make supporting your students quick and easy. This resource is "Teacher Hack 5" from the e-book. *Hack 5 is "The Win-Win" where I talk about how I was inspired by parts of Whole Brain Teaching to come up with non-verbal cues for Social Studies. I include examples with the Bill of Rights. This is exactly what I did with gifted kiddos this summer during camp, too! Hands-on instruction, literally, is a best practice for all students! With the video and download, you'll be incorporating non-verbal cues to set your ESOL students up for success in no time! 


▶️Click here to learn more about the e-book and companion course: Quick Start Classroom Success Guidebook for ESOL Students!

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